Chart’s launchpad into clean energies growth

2020-10-14T11:11:00+01:00By , Global Managing Editor

Rob Cockerill observes how Chart’s latest acquisition demonstrates its strong and evident alignment with not just its core areas of focus – but the emerging energy markets that will drive growth in the future.


POSCO, ExxonMobil to develop LNG tank materials


POSCO and ExxonMobil are working together to develop LNG tank materials, the South Korean steel giant said on Wednesday (7th Oct).

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In focus… LNG ISO tanks


With so many sizes, ranges and technology types available, there are hundreds of thousands of ISO tanks in circulation around the world today, playing a fundamental role in the industries they ship product in. An ISO tank is a generic term used for a standardised, reusable shipping module that provides ...


Long distance order for Den Hartogh China


Den Hartogh China recently assigned a long distance ISO tank trucking order to XT Logistics which will cross over six provinces – Jiangsu, Anhui, Henan, Hubei, Shanxi and Sichuan – in China covering 1,900km.


BCGA updates Code of Practice 48


The British Compressed Gases Association (BCGA) has published a revision to its Code of Practice 48, covering the safe filling of third-party owned and/or maintained tanks.


500-litre oxygen tank returned to University Hospital of Hartlepool


A 500-litre liquid oxygen cylinder which was temporarily based at the University Hospital of North Tees in Stockton, UK to help treat Covid-19 patients has returned to the University Hospital of Hartlepool.


IACMI receives grant for tank development


The Institute for Advanced Composites Manufacturing Innovation (IACMI) is set to receive $2.7m from the US Department of Energy (DOE) to develop and validate technology that will reduce the cost of manufacturing high-performance carbon fibre to make composite natural gas or hydrogen fuel tanks to power cars and trucks.